Du Preez had been a player of particular interest to the Chiefs, having tormented them recently, but the latest report suggests that the situation is about to be resolved.
The 24-year-old has been a key member of the Stellenbosch first team for the past six seasons, breaking onto the scene during the club's maiden season in the DStv Premiership. Despite being a dangerous and dynamic player, du Preez's greatest criticism was his lack of a polished product.
This season, that measurement has shifted slightly, as the player has added nine goals and two assists to his total. Those endeavors have not gone unnoticed, as he has obtained a female starter crew to join Hugo Broos' Bafana crew.
That achievement may have pushed Chiefs to rush the du Preez transfer, as a well-placed source inside the Stellenbosch structures consistently informed The South African News that the deal to send the former junior global to Naturena had been completed. Earlier in the week, it was reported that Amakhosi's management had traveled to Stellenbosch to inquire about the player's availability and had been told a price.
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